Ruo Yu (David) Tao
I'm an undergraduate computer science student at McGill University in my 3rd year and currently the co-president of the McGill AI Society. Previously, I was a research intern at Microsoft Research Montreal working on reinforcement learning for text-based games. I'm also a research collaborator in the FOR.ai group.
My current research interests lie in curiosity mechanisms and abstract representations in a reinforcement learning context. More on this to come next semester - if you're interested in collaborating on something shoot me an email!
Projects and experience
I am a collaborator in the research group FOR.ai, currently working on reinforcement learning problems. If you're interested in machine learning research with a group of motivated individuals, please reach out to either me or check out our website!
Microsoft Research Montreal
Adaptive text action spaces: see the below paper!
TextWorld: a reinforcement learning framework for agents to learn text-based games.
Towards Solving Text-based Games by Producing Adaptive Action Spaces
Accepted for oral presentation for WordPlay NeurIPS 2018
- I wrote a short piece on the dangers of reshaping in tensor manipulation libraries.